Conversation with an International Student #1: Mumbai, India

Investing in American Education So I had this conversation with a friend of mine, an international student from Mumbai.  He wasn’t too keen on speaking for the vast majority of Indian students at Baruch, so I’ve changed his name here. IndianStudent01:  Here’s the problem I see with the international students: they have no stake. Jeremy: … Continue reading

When a handshake is not a handshake

At the conclusion of a recent exam exiting students shook the professor’s hand, but only some.  Those without handshakes were women.  Men left and gave their appreciation and a hearty professional handshake to the professor.  Women who extended their hands were left only with an air of awkwardness and no handshake.  The professor kept strict … Continue reading